And since when does the US 5th Amendment apply to anything in Northumbria?
Netvibes has been a nice drop-in replacement for me.
Well, How about (for real) a body was dumped in front of my house. They asked "Hey, we know that at 10:30ish this body was dumped in front of your house, did you happen to see the car?" (there were whiteness to the kidnapping a few miles away). Of course I told them what I knew "Nope officer, didn't hear/see a thing till I looked out the window and saw a bazillion flashing lights, sorry" "OK, Thanks"
You are correct - they should be looking at the outgoing mail stream, and if outgoing, insist on encryption.
Of course, they could also insist on encryption even internally, but there might be backlash
If GS and anyone else for that matter who was going to send data that could result in ""needless and massive" breach of privacy." start insisting on encryption? I know my wife's company basically sends an email with a link, and you have to go log in to see the data.
They are sending this stuff over the internet where anyone along the line can read it
MAYBE, just maybe, if the financial companies started insisting on say a public key encryption method to send confidential data, ALL of us would be much better off (GPG anyone?)
Ah, you're a bubblehead, eh? Thanks for your service! I worked on the Mk48 ADCAP for a while (civilian)
The sky is blue, ice is cold, and politicians lie
Gee, the telescope size limit. Guy proposes that they shouldn't be bigger - everyone on the west coast ignores him, build bigger. It may have held back a small group of astronomers, but...
X ray Observatory. It delayed things 5 WHOLE YEARS! GASP. Yes, I realize that the
...mailman-announce is using it.
You're too late. We've been doing that since Carly Fiorina tanked Lucent and HP.
Unappealing, yes (I'm in the throes of it now), but good for job security.
Definitely. Add to that "Quality is Free" by Crosby, and "Peopleware" by DeMarco and Lister.
"3.0L, direct-injected 305bhp V-6, Mini-ATX form factor"
If it works, don't fix it.
In the real world, the risk of unnecessarily perturbing working systems is often higher than the risk of those systems breaking on their own. (Think about the longevity of Netware 3.12.)
Read the article, yes, and the memo was uncovered during an anti-trust investigation for this practice. The memo is a smoking gun